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Katy Guest: If a bunk-up's your bag, Tiger, why tie the knot?

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Joan Smith: Knowledge, not teddy, keeps a child safe at home

You couldn't make it up. First, it was compulsory sex education for teenagers. Now, five-year-olds are going to be taught it's wrong to beat women. Alan Johnson and Harriet Harman think they know better than parents; is nothing too sacred to stop meddling Labour ministers interfering? Whatever happened to the innocence of little children? I'm paraphrasing, but that's the right-wing reaction to one of the key elements of the Government's strategy to stop violence against girls and women. In reality, five-year-olds aren't going to be taught about domestic violence, although the Government believes they should be taught bullying is wrong. But let's not let facts stand in the way of a story.

Stephen Gately 'may not have made a will'

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Sir Elton 'doing fine' after E. coli leaves the Rocket Man grounded

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As a depressive alcoholic who once tried to commit suicide, chick-lit maven Marian Keyes has never shied away from the darkest subject matter – and in her latest novel, she tackles rape. But, she says, pain is inevitable – suffering is optional

DJ Taylor: Let them be

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Richard Ingrams’s Week: We could learn a thing or two from the French

A schoolboy who recently joined an anti-Scientology demonstration in London had his name taken by the police when he refused to lower a placard which called Scientology a cult. Luckily the case against him was dropped after the human rights organisation Liberty intervened on his behalf.

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